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Saturday Superstore


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with Mike Read Keith Chegwin and Sarah Greene
In the store this morning the finals of SuperStore's Talent Competition. The five heat winners and the closest runner up compete for the title of Saturday Superstore's SuperStar 1985 and remember it's your vote that decides the winner. Comedian Lennie Bennett is around all morning. You could win his special Star Bargain. Also in store Chris Serle. He's 'In at the Deep End' taking your phone calls on [number removed]. Floella Benjamin and Henry Kelly are here with a little Monkey Business, the brand new quiz show that's designed to test your natural history knowledge. In the music department with their latest videos: American soloist, David Cassidy and Mike Peters from the British band The Alarm. There's the final of Superstore's Scruffiest Cat competition. The winner will be announced this morning. Editor CHRIS BELLINGER


Presenter: Mike Read
Presenter: Keith Chegwin
Presenter: Sarah Greene
Guest: Lennie Bennett
Guest: Chris Serle
Guest: Floella Benjamin
Guest: Henry Kelly
Guest: David Cassidy
Guest: Mike Peters
Editor: Chris Bellinger

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Saturday Superstore

BBC One London, 2 March 1985 9.00

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